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predatorr

N2

Should i switch to N2 so that ill get more shots or should i just leave it the way it is with Co2. And which n2 tank should i get. I was thinking crossfire...
tigman250

what kinda rig you talking about?
predatorr

like do i need the comp air system for my 98 if im getting a preset crossfire tank?
TriggerHappy1

Unless you get a tank above a 68/4500, you wont get more shots as you CAN with co2. A 68/4500 will yeild just about as much as a 20oz, so Id reccomend that. Crossfire is pretty much the best brand.

All you need for HPA is a high output tank.
predatorr

what is the 98's operating pressure. 600 or 800 psi? I need to know if im gonna buy one
sinisterNorth

The reason you need a high output tank is because tippmanns generally run around 800psi. Crossfire, imo, is the best HPA tank you can buy.
Smitty

sinisterNorth wrote:
The reason you need a high output tank is because tippmanns generally run around 800psi. Crossfire, imo, is the best HPA tank you can buy.
I'd stick to CO2 if you don't want to spend that much, but if you do get an X-Chamber.
^Pirate^

Smitty wrote:
sinisterNorth wrote:
The reason you need a high output tank is because tippmanns generally run around 800psi. Crossfire, imo, is the best HPA tank you can buy.
I'd stick to CO2 if you don't want to spend that much, but if you do get an X-Chamber.
TriggerHappy1

Actualy Tippmanns have no trouble running down to 550psi without LPK. Theyl run from 550psi so you really dont need LPK, just a regulator.
Smitty

TriggerHappy1 wrote:
Actualy Tippmanns have no trouble running down to 550psi without LPK. Theyl run from 550psi so you really dont need LPK, just a regulator.
This too.
rossy11223

Smitty wrote:
sinisterNorth wrote:
The reason you need a high output tank is because tippmanns generally run around 800psi. Crossfire, imo, is the best HPA tank you can buy.
I'd stick to CO2 if you don't want to spend that much, but if you do get an X-Chamber.
sinisterNorth

Yeah, sticking with Co2 would be cheaper. Look into an X-chamber and having your CO2 anti-siphoned by an air-smith or pro shop.
Pbdude985

sinisterNorth wrote:
Yeah, sticking with Co2 would be cheaper. Look into an X-chamber and having your CO2 anti-siphoned by an air-smith or pro shop.

Yea if you are on a tight budget do that ^^ . If you have money go with a HPA tank

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